Vexxhost Cloud Hosting Server Prices
Vexxhost Web Hosting international provider set on a webpage the difference in prices between Cloud Hosting and Dedicated Hosting. The Cloud Hosting servers are much more price-less than the dedicated ones. The ability to control all your resources instantly and get full server redundancy with no extra upfront fees allows you to grow your business much faster than Dedicated servers which have high starting pricing with zero redundancy, if we add redundancy comes at very expensive costs and generally is not included with any servers.
Google Pays Out Record Bug Bounty for Chrome 8
Sometimes the wisdom of the crowds comes in the form of free advice. Other times, it comes at a premium. Google launched its bug bounty program last year, offering security researchers financial compensation for bringing new security vulnerabilities to its attention. Now, the firm has issued an update to its Chrome browser and operating system that addresses at least 16 security flaws, resulting in its biggest payout to date under the program…more
Microsoft’s Q2 buoyed by gaming, office software
Microsoft tallied $19.95 billion in revenue for the quarter ending Dec. 31, a record second-quarter high for the company, it said Thursday. However, revenue growth compared to the same quarter a year ago was moderate, either 5% or 15%, depending on how the numbers from a year ago are counted. Microsoft had added on $1.71 billion in deferred revenue reflecting the pre-order sales of Windows 7 made available in October 2009 in its second-quarter results last year. When this deferred revenue is factored in, second quarter growth rates for revenue is 5%. Without this figure factored in, the growth rate was 15%…more
When the CEO Gives iPads to Everyone
Today, more than 80 percent of the Fortune 100 are deploying or piloting iPads, up from 65 percent in the September quarter, Apple (AAPL) said in its earnings call this month. iPad enterprise customers include JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Cardinal Health (CAH), Wells Fargo (WFC), Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Sears Holdings (SHLD) and DuPont (DD). “Generally, enterprise is much slower and much more cautious and uses things that have been in the market for a long time,” said Apple COO Tim Cook. But companies have seen the value of the iPad, he said, “and they’re really moving fast, and so I think we’re just scratching the surface right now.” KLA-Tencor’s Ballal didn’t have a choice about the speed and timing of an iPad rollout. The CEO had made a promise to give iPads to employees as a form of appreciation; when you promise someone an iPad, you can’t wait six months to deliver one…more